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How clever is this!? I need this as my designated cornbread pan. This cast iron pan by Bayou Classic has seven molds in the shapes of ears of corn! Leave the Lodge cast iron skillet to the rest of your cast iron recipes, and use this one for skillet cornbread.
Cast iron cookware is a must-have for all southern recipes. Especially cornbread. It's almost the time of the year for some beef stew, and I don't know about you, but I love cornbread with crispy edges for my stew. I can't wait to dip these into some soup! With this corn stick pan, all seven pieces of cornbread will have crispy, golden brown edges.
Of course, the best part is that they'll be in the shapes of corn on the cob.
Once you've mastered the perfect cornbread with a cast iron pan, put your skills to the test with this unique cast iron cornbread pan. If you usually use a muffin pan, cast iron wedge pan, or cake bakeware for your cornbread, you'll enjoy this one much more!
Customer reviews are fantastic. A customer left a five-star review and said, "This is an excellent pan and creates perfect cornbread sticks. We love to make them every week and they come out perfect every time. I preheat mine in the oven as it heats up then pour in the batter and bake."
Since these are perfect for dipping, get creative with some cornbread dips! Some people like dipping cornbread in gravy, grits, and even milk! Chili and cornbread make one of the best combinations, too. I recently heard of onion jam, and it looks delicious! I can't wait to try it with cornbread.
Spice up your cornbread recipe with a spicy kick. You'll still use all the typical ingredients. Yellow cornmeal, baking powder, buttermilk, large eggs, and baking soda! Here's the kick. Stir 1/2 cup jalapeños and cheddar into a large bowl for a spicy flavoring. If you love spicy food, surely this will be one of the best cornbread recipes you've ever tried.
Just make sure your cornbread passes the toothpick test!
This post was originally published in 2019.